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Few places are better for short-term retail leasing in the Netherlands than the Amsterdam neighbourhood of The Pipe.
The Pipe, or De Pijp, part of Amsterdam’s diverse and eclectic Old South areas, has one of the city’s busiest street markets, the Albert Cuyp Market, and draws flocks of tourists. With a rich history of Dutch artists, De Pijp is known for its bohemian ambience, architecture, galleries, bars, breweries, restaurants, and shops.
The neighbourhood is also easy to reach via trams and subways, so The Pipe enjoys foot traffic from all over the city.
A pop-up store is a temporary commercial space that can open for a single day or several weeks, even months. A pop-up store rental does not commit you to a long term lease and allows you to raise brand engagement, launch new products or validate the potential of an Amsterdam neighbourhood while benefiting from great latitude.
The neighbourhood of The Pipe is the perfect place to organize your pop up store. It is one of the busiest districts of Amsterdam with good foot traffic, a clientele of elegant consumers, and surroundings full of restaurants and bars.
The district of The Pipe, which draws a crowd eager for trying new products, is full of distinctive retail-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: industrial workshops, old warehouses, apartments etc. Hardwood floors? High ceilings? Marble floors? Whether you are looking for cozy, bright or characterful spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most appropriate venue for the event you are organizing.
Spaces in The Pipe that are the most popular as pop-up venues are around the Albert Cuyp Market, to take advantage of street market shoppers, and around the City Center of Amsterdam and south, closer to De Pijp’s boundaries.
Near The Pipe’s metro station is also a great pop-up rental spot since plenty of Amsterdam’s denizens and visitors pass by.
Streets including Ferdinand Bolstraat and Gerard Doustraat offer short-term rental space at ground level with plenty of window space.
Of course, the Albert Cuyp Market itself is perhaps the ultimate pop-up location in De Pijp. A feast for the senses, the street market area is popular among Airbnb renters who love basing their Amsterdam stay in flats above and near the attraction.
Renting a pop-up retail location in or around The Pipe can range in price from about €176 to €600 per day. Like leasing a pop-up venue anywhere else in the world, prices in De Pijp depend on location, square footage, whether it has a street-level entrance, and the unique needs of the lessor.
Selling your wares in the Albert Cuyp Market will require citizenship documentation and applying through the city of Amsterdam. Requirements include obtaining a market pass for €48.80, a pitch license for €145.40 and registration fee, a street market license, and a pedlar’s license, €20.30.
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